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OK, so my dogs are getting older and cannot walk distances like they used to do. Fortunately, we don’t have to travel far to have a varied and interesting walk, because 1) we have a cross-country skiing/hiking trail located right behind our house, and 2) their Grammy lives just a couple houses away from us. No exaggeration, everything depicted - and more - lives here (the bear even visited Mom’s deck)!
Monterey is a small coastal town with a perfectly preserved rich history, and a bustling tourist center abundant with diversity. There are gorgeous views, friendly people and tons of delicious food to try! Walking in Monterey is very enjoyable, as you can feel salty and misty breeze on your face and enjoy a comfortable weather almost at any time of the year.
These are some of my favorite sculptures in downtown NYC. This walk takes you through so many unique neighborhoods…from the townhouses of Greenwich Village to the cast iron lofts of SOHO to the skyscrapers near Wall Street. There is so much to see! I love this town.
Though the midwest has a reputation of being a corn-filled wasteland, the midwest is full of strange and creepy attractions. Pile into a car with some friends and visit some of these bone-chilling or just weird locations. You're bound to have a great time, and maybe see something you can't explain.
Death Valley was used as a background setting for the Tatooine desert of Star Wars. Many of the shooting locations remain unchanged, and an intrepid adventurer can match parts of the park to their favorite scenes!
The Grand Canyon is one of those places you just have to see in your lifetime. The beauty and scale is hard to comprehend, whether you're on the busy and hot South Rim, or on the quiet and woodsy North Rim.
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This map is reflecting how COVID-19 has impacted all of us. Instead of it being a huge travel season, many families have opted to stay put or try to do Thanksgiving outside or do Thanksgiving by Zoom. This map is just one family, mine, but so many are split and celebrating away from each other this year. One hopes that this a temporary situation.
Ruby Segal, an illustration student at MCAD grew up in Excelsior, Minnesota right next door to the beautiful Lake Minnetonka. Just one of Minnesota's 10,000+ lakes, Lake Minnetonka boasts wonderful lakeside attractions, acts as a home for many outdoor activities, and has a long and colorful history as Minnesota's premier vacation destination!
This map was made for a course at MCAD called "Illustration Topics."I chose to illustrate the state of Arizona for my location. I was most drawn to the warm yellows, pinks and reds of the desert landscape - something I'm missing especially lately, now that winter weather's settling in!